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Senior Carina Ableman and others pose for a picture on a French street. Ableman said, walking down the street was so beautiful

Travel Opportunities

Aubrey Engels, Writer
January 23, 2020

Growing up in a town like Arlington can make people feel like they live in a bubble. As students get older many will long to go experience the world outside this small town we live in. Luckily at AHS students...

In preparation for Christmas, Spanish club is putting together wall decorations for the B wing. Even though her knowledge of poinsettias was questioned by Jaime Breisch, Missi Christoferson (‘18) constructed one that inspired Señor Duskin to experiment with the placing of the leaves.

Christmas in the C-Wing

Alicia Fanning, Staff Reporter and Photographer
November 29, 2017

The President, vice president, treasurer, secretary, and club member of German club enter Herr Mendro’s classroom after school. One person, Jaime Breisch (‘18), is German Club. “No one in...

Madame Taylor skillfully demonstrates how to make the first crepe to a crowd of eager and hungry club members.

Language Clubs Unite to Celebrate Mardi Gras

Sasha Richart, Reporter/Photographer
March 14, 2017

On a lazy friday afternoon, Spanish, French, and German club all gathered together in the culinary room to celebrate Mardi Gras. With Madame Taylor as a guide, students learned how to make their own crepes,...

Explaining details of the trip, Mr. Duskin goes over the map of Cuba.

A Chance to Visit Cuba

Sasha Richart, Reporter/Photographer
January 27, 2017

Need something to look forward to for the summer of 2018? Looking for adventures in a distant land, captured in an era long forgotten, unlike anything else in the world? If that sounds like your cup of...

All attending members of the Spanish Club pose together to show their spirit for the festival.

Spanish Club visits Seattle Festival

S. Richart, Reporter/Photographer
November 17, 2016

Every year, the Seattle Center Festál committee hosts a Dia de Los Muertos festival, which translates to a “day of the dead” festival. A scene unlike any other you’ll find around here, it embraces...

Host an Exchange Student

James Piscioneri, Staff Writer
May 1, 2015

Internationally inclined? Interested in picking up pieces of an exotic language? Always felt you’ve had an insufficient number of siblings? Then host an Exchange Student! The non-profit AFICE (Academic...

Michael Forster ’15 and Haley Gonzales ’15 stand with the cityscape of Toledo, Spain behind them during their summer trip with the Spanish class last year

La Experiencia de Toda Una Vida (The Experience of a Lifetime)

Jacob Thompson, Staff Writer and Photogapher
April 30, 2015

When I sat down with Señor Duskin to talk about the value of language trips, he stressed the importance of cultural immersion and experiencing a whole new worldview as being equally as valuable as the...

Morgan Landre 16, a French III student, presents information at a French club meeting.

French III For Good

Michaela Krogen, Staff Writer and Photographer
March 19, 2015

Madame Taylor and her French III class are working together to create a better world. The well known assistant to the French department and former teacher Madame Weingarten has brought this assignment...

Playing a variant of Musical Chairs, each member of French Club passes a crown quickly around to avoid being eliminated. Games like this were played before indulging traditional French fair.

Mardi Gras, Hearty Rah

James Piscioneri, Staff Writer
March 6, 2015

A few weeks back, French club held their annual Mardi Gras celebration to coincide with the traditional celebration held in historically francophone countries, nearby European countries, and, of course,...

This is a candid shot of Mr. Duskin, the Spanish teacher. He led the AP Spanish IV class to La Hacienda. His unmitigated excitement is visible here.

Ser Pan Comido

James Piscioneri, Staff Writer
February 9, 2015

“Clayton, Curtis, and I had cheeseburgers, and so Duskin threatened to fail us”. With no further context, this quote is awfully perplexing. Mr. Duskin’s 6th period Spanish class was treated to...

Oktoberfest Fall-ow Up

James Piscioneri, Staff Writer
January 13, 2015

In this hemisphere, most kids were gearing up for Halloween in mid-October. But across the Atlantic, in “Deutschland”, the monthly holliday is Oktoberfest. As such, AHS’s German Club threw a...

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